Trump Deals DEVASTATING Blow To Nancy Pelosi

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She should call her lawyers…

Speaker of the House and California Rep. Nancy Pelosi is either a liar or she has no idea what is happening in her own impeachment.

That fact was apparent when she had an interview on Thursday on “Good Morning America” where she said that Rep. Adam Schiff accurately read a phone call transcript of President Donald Trump and the Ukrainian president.

Schiff, who is also a representative from California, himself called it a “parody” and that was only after the press called him on it.

“I know you support Chairman Schiff but was it right for him to have that dramatic interpretation of the president’s transcript of the phone call at the hearing last week?” George Stephanopoulos said.

“Well those weren’t the president’s words, it was interpretation of the president’s words. They’re saying he made this up,” he said.

“He did not make it up,” Pelosi said. “And look, I want to tell you something. When I took the oath of office to defend the constitution, as my colleagues have done, I did not say, ‘I will do this as long as the Republicans can understand the constitution.

“The fact they’re loyal to Trump and not to the constitution is not going to slow down or impair our ability to keep the Republic,” she said.

She thinks Republicans cannot comprehend the Constitution but she has no idea that her own representative admitted to fabricating a transcript.

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Then on Thursday night, many hours after Rep. Pelosi’s interview, president Trump suggested that he could sue her for her comments.

“Nancy Pelosi today, on @GMA, actually said that Adam Schiffty Schiff didn’t fabricate my words in a major speech before Congress.

“She either had no idea what she was saying, in other words lost it, or she lied. Even Clinton lover @GStephanopoulos strongly called her out. Sue her?” he said.

He should sue her, and Schiff and everyone associated with this sham of an impeachment inquiry designed to negate an election of a president.

Src: The Federalist Papers

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